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lilbond

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#1 15 years ago

is there a program out there that can mimic someone's voice? the reason why i'm asking is cause i want to edit parts to a song but make it sound like they(the singer) is saying it.




rob.

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#2 15 years ago

Wouldn't that be unauthorized reproduction?




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#3 15 years ago

possibly....i was planning on taking the words from a song and changing em cause i wanted to make a battlefield 2 movie. i only need to change a small portion of the song.




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#4 15 years ago

The software available does not really work. So it really doesn't even exist yet. Worse, Computer voices CAN'T sing. The can only talk in one pitch, droning...

The best you can do, is to find somebody that sounds similiar. Then just play with the mixer settings after you get a good recording. Eventually you should end up with something usable.

Then you will have to figure out what compression, bit rate, and sampling rate were used. So that they match up just right. Don't want it to sound odd, when it gets to the edited section.

I have not actually completed a project like this yet, so there may be more to it.

I think I will have to recommend you get the version of the song, without the words/lyrics. Then just rerecord the lyrics yourself. That will keep the feel of the song from changing to greatly.




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#5 15 years ago

ill try that, but first i need to either buy a program that can do that, or get it off limewire or one of those programs:naughty: .what program would you recommend for this?




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#6 15 years ago

Peer to Peer applications are in most cases illegal and are not to be discussed here.

Just search google for a free program, or trial. If you like it, you can buy it.




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#7 15 years ago
littlebond...buy a program..., or get it off lime... what program would you recommend for this?

I don't remember what application I used. It was probably some cheap bundled application, since it did not do what I needed it to do. As a result, I have never successfully imported a voice, into any existing tracks.

I would recommend that you DO NOT just buy any application. Many of those retail application lack the necessary features, for this. You may have to get a Voice Altering program, as well. Then import a file from one, into the other. A few good apps may be listed in the FileFront Tech Forums Knowledge Base. http://forums.filefront.com/showthread.php?t=177131

I recommend an Open Source application, Audacity, to be specific. It is a completely free, and powerfull Audio Editing Application. It is in the Knowledge Base. http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

http://mp3soundstream.com/Audacity_Tutorial_-_Free_Audio_Editing_Software.html

This little app has gotten very popular. Unfortunately, I have yet to try it. I don't know if it will do what you need it to, but it should.